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Times of India
: Timid as he is, Nani (Allari Naresh) gets entangled in an unimaginable situation. He thinks he has realized his dream marrying that 'traditional looking' girl but that's where his troubles begin. Nani soon realizes that his dream girl Pooja (Sakshi Choudhary) is a don. A killer. One who runs the underworld in Dubai. Love for her mother ailing with cancer brings Pooja to Hyderabad even as her rival Bada (Ashish Vidyarthi) is desparate to get rid of her. Nani faces more problems. The family of a Rayalaseema factionist Narasimha Naidu (Jaya Prakash Reddy) is in search of him. Naidu's daughter wants to get married only to Nani.
Considering that it is an Allari Naresh-starrer, what is of utmost importance to the audience is the comedy part in the movie. It's there, a significant part of which is provided by Krishna Bhagawan who plays the factionist's son with an MBA degree. He wants to change factionism in Rayalaseema. So, you have his questioning the system. Why do factionists have to be dressed in complete white? Why should they should shout so loudly? And most of all why should they threaten someone to butcher them vertically? His question is: Won't one die if butchered horizontally?
Sakshi Choudhary as the don works on her body language well to give herself that authoritative look. Her facial expressions convey that she is 'the don' and not 'a don'. The well-choreographed fights, especially the one in a swimming pool, is one of the highlights of the movie.
If you are expecting to see Allari Naresh better than how he performed in his previous movies, you would be disappointed. The script could have been tighter, especially in Nani's interactions with his friend and colleague in the office. The background score is jarring at times.
With quite a few comedians in the movie, it could have been a laugh riot but Ali also was disappointing. There literally was nothing for Ashish Vidyarthi to do as a villain except to bark orders.
It's a recommended outing only if one is curious to anyway know what Allari Naresh has up his sleeve for this time. And you'll come to know, he's got nothing.
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